THANK YOU TWITTER


2021 is looking like the year of the reset.
after a year like 2020,
where we were forced to sit with ourselves,
it seems 2021 is when we start over.
i’m hoping that we are officially on an upward turn.
it seems likedonald trump might officially be outta here.
zuckerberg got him up offa facebook:

and it looks like twitter is doing the same…

Twitter has suspended President Donald Trump from its platform, the company said Friday evening.

“After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence,” Twitter said.

“In the context of horrific events this week, we made it clear on Wednesday that additional violations of the Twitter Rules would potentially result in this very course of action.”

its bad that his maga stans are turning on him as well.
( x read it here )
it hasn’t been a good week for Donald,
but i had to wonder

It took this long for folks to wake TF up?

it’s like the crackhead cousin who,
after being coddled for years,
finally does something that was the last straw.
this is your time to shine now since the crackhead cousin has been banished.

trump damn near inciting a civil war was the last straw for many to wash their hands.
it makes me roll my eyes,
but i feel something is up tbh.
this is way too easy and i’m waiting for the “gotcha“.
it’s always good to know what the enemy is doing so you’re not surprised.
let’s see what happens these next coming months.

article: cnn

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

10 thoughts on “THANK YOU TWITTER

  1. Hallelujah!!! Ridic it took them this long and waited ’till their coffers were overflowing and the heart of our democracy covered in feces and urine from rabid cretins for them to finally get their shit together.

  2. it’s simple, he lost his power and suddenly became irrelevant to big tech. Before, when he had power, big tech had concerns about censoring him because it could negatively impact their business. trump is temperemental and could enact legislation overnight that put their business in a bind. However, now that he’s lost power, people feel more confident standing up to him. A little too damn late though.

  3. It’s not that “people are just now waking tf up” it’s now they are finally upset because did something that upset them and their alleged morals even though his racism and hateful tactics should have been enough it’s sad and just shows people don’t gaf about other

  4. In all honesty, trying to censor these people is worse than not having them on a global platform where you can see the crazy coming. No one is doing this for the good of anyone, it is just to not to be held liable in case of a massive casualty event. I rather know a racist is a racist than have someone smiling in my face yet planning to kill me behind my back because you can plan accordingly.

    They had a choice to have the Guard or any other military backup there and they chose not to on purpose, to make them more rabid than they were before. This has been building since Obama was in office and we haven’t even breached passed simmering yet.

  5. I think some of the comments are spot on. I don’t agree with banning Trump from twitter because you don’t want to push these people into the shadows; I think by doing so you are asking for a lot of unforeseen consequences. Let’s also keep it 100 I am in no way a Trump supporter but honestly, I don’t think he has said anything that is extreme and what has happened is there is an attempt to give the white folks that decided to believe him an excuse for their behavior, no at the end of the day you are responsible for your actions. I think that the protest was stupid, but they had a right to protest, but once they breached the capital it totally changes the dynamic and those people need to be held accountable. Unfortunately, everyone at the end of the day is going to paint these white folks like they were naïve participants and give them a slap on the wrist all while handing out severe punishments for BLM protesters and its up to us, the majority of normal Americans to prevent that injustice from happening.

    Everyone in the mainstream seems to want to dance around the subject, my question is how were these people suppose to be treated once they breached the capitol? Don’t get me wrong I believe in life and peace but given that these people tried to breach the government while senators, the vice president, and congressmen were there, should they have been shot on site? The reality is that BLM and their sympathizers have been treated so aggressively because the concept of black lives having value is an affront to whiteness (whiteness being a social construct). For anyone that wants to deny the importance of race in America just look a the difference between how these groups are treated and the different justifications for that treatment given on both the left and the right and tell me we don’t have a problem in this country. Why is it that people who are upset about George Floyd or Breonna Taylor can be met with anything from batons and tear gas to being ran over by motor vehicles while people who breach the government are allowed to go home relatively unbothered? Why is there no talk of Anthony Quinn Warner the Nashville bombing suspect? We need to stop giving white folks this blanket pass to be buck wild without any consequences.

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